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Cliff Patton
... Cliff Patton (born July 29, 1924 in Clyde, Texas) is a former professional American football player who played guard for six seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Chicago Cardinals. 52 Vic Lindskog 53 Alex Wojciechowicz 61 Duke Maronic 64 Mario Giannelli 65 Cliff Patton 66 Baptiste Manzini 67 John Magee 70 Al Wistert 71 Otis Douglas 73 ...
Steve Patton
... Steve Patton is the former head coach of the Gardner–Webb University college football team ... Patton has over two decades of collegiate coaching experience including fourteen seasons as head coach with GWU ... announced it would not be renewing the contract of Patton or his staff ...
Patton, Indiana - Geography
... Patton is located at 40°42′29″N 86°44′26″W / 40.70806°N 86.74056°W / 40.70806 -86.74056 ...
List Of United States Political Families (P) - The Pattons
... John Patton (1823–1897), delegate to the Whig Party National Convention 1852 1860, U.S ... Father of John Patton, Jr ... and Charles Emory Patton ...
List Of Buffalo Bills Players - P
... Rick Partridge, Lloyd Pate, Herb Paterra, Wayne Patrick, Bob Patton, James Patton, Jerry Patton, Marvcus Patton, Walt Patulski, Bryce Paup, Bob Penchion, Terrance Pennington, Marlo Perry, Jim Perryman, Jason Peters ...

Famous quotes containing the word patton:

    ...I was confronted with a virile idealism, an awareness of what man must have for manliness, dignity, and inner liberty which, by contrast, made me see how easy living had made my own group into childishly unthinking people. The Negro’s struggles and despairs have been like fertilizer in the fields of his humanity, while we, like protected children with all our basic needs supplied, have given our attention to superficialities.
    —Sarah Patton Boyle, U.S. civil rights activist and author. The Desegregated Heart, part 1, ch. 19 (1962)

    A man’s real and deep feelings are surely those which he acts upon when challenged, not those which, mellow-eyed and soft-voiced, he spouts in easy times.
    —Sarah Patton Boyle, U.S. civil rights activist and author. The Desegregated Heart, part 2, ch. 13 (1962)

    ... one of the blind spots of most Negroes is their failure to realize that small overtures from whites have a large significance ... I now realize that this feeling inevitably takes possession of one in the bitter struggle for equality. Indeed, I share it. Yet I wonder how we can expect total acceptance to step full grown from the womb of prejudice, with no embryo or infancy or childhood stages.
    —Sarah Patton Boyle, U.S. civil rights activist and author. The Desegregated Heart, part 1, ch. 10 (1962)